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Biracial Not Black Damn It, has been a self-funded project since inception and as many of you know, producing content of this caliber is costly and time consuming.

Fortunately my passion and belief in the series has fueled my enthusiasm and endless work days (as have my mink coat, Prada boots, a few tennis bracelets and the last of the real LV).

But in order to create a sustainable production and get to part ten of the series, I need to raise some new funds.

I believe in miracles and I believe there are those that are as passionate as I am in regard to getting this message to the final segment of the series.

Parts 1 & 2 (set)
(Available now)
"Biracial Not Black Damn it” ( pt. 1 r/t 67 min - pt.2 r/t 75)

Intro into the biracial experience. Personal stories about growing up as a biracial person, and having/raising biracial children. What is the one drop rule? (Pt. 2) Round-table conversation with (17 – 26 yr. olds) provocative questions and commentary. Should Soledad O’Brien be the face and voice of Black in America, let’s talk about it.

"Battle-Cochrane stripped the mask away; the cast is transparent and honest. This film is in your face!”

Yvonne S. Thornton, M.D., Author 
“The Ditch Digger’s Daughters” – Pulitzer Prize Nominee


Part 3
(Available Fall 2013)
"Biracial Damn it!” (Feature length approx. 2 hrs. 24 min)

Biracial not white damn it-Is passing for white any different than passing for black? Filipino and European mix, and Filipino and African American mix, astonishing testimonials. Adoption. Loving Day. The biracial community; performers, products, poets, comedians, authors, educators. Mixed in America – Not biracial and not black. Race and medicine.

Part 4
(Work in progress - 2014)
“Rules of Race”  (Feature length )

Generation (today) High School, college campuses, almost 50 years after the one drop rule has been outlawed how much has changed?. Social Construct – perceptions and misconceptions.   International.  


Biracial Not Black Damn It, has been an endured journey, sometimes bumpy and unpaved, on rare occasion lined with red carpet. I have appreciatively heard and learned so much while interviewing this collective from all over the globe, what an amazing experience I am in the mist of. I have recently acknowledged, that confidence is starting to bloom in faces that look like mine at a very young age, while scars are healing from decades of torment and self-hatred in those that grew up when I did. I have noticed that this much younger generation doesn’t seem to notice that they are different because in this fast growing population they are not an oddity, these biracial and multi-ethnic children are starting to be something of the norm.

The stories I submit will be history for the generations to come, from a first person perspective without filters, without agenda, shared in personal recollection and truth. Sometimes harsh and painful recounts of survival, while staking claim to those experiences also recalling the joyful voice of an exceptional love story.

Thank you so very much for your support!

Carolyn Battle-Cochrane

$100 – Name + link (posted in appreciation on website)
$500 – Name in thank you credit on video
$1000up – Name + logo on video
Thank you for your support, and please don’t think that $10, $20 or $50 bucks isn’t appreciated as well, your name will be recorded on the website.

Thank you for your support!!
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